Internship Programs

Each summer, we invite two interns to work for our organization. Tasks include learning about development, event planning, stage production, patron services, merchandising, publications, operations, and student services.

Through on-the-job training and hands-on experience, our interns gain practical experience in the basics of arts administration. Interns work side-by-side with the institute’s staff, and are highly visible members of the ICI team.

College credit, work study, independent study, and cooperative learning programs may be available through your college or university. Participants may arrange for academic credit through their school, if desired.

Interns will have access to all concerts and classes subject to availability and scheduling demands.

CELLOici Recital Series Internship: Open for 2019

This administrative position is designed for a college or graduate student to learn the kind of expertise needed to run a concert series. The primary responsibility for this position is to help with advertising, patron services and help maintain our data base. This year our intern will be taking a large role in the running of our community outreach effort. Recipients receive a stipend along with room and board. To apply, please send a letter stating your interest and resume to internationalcelloinstitute@gmail.com.

ICI Office Internship Position: Filled for 2019

This position provides an opportunity for a college or graduate student interested in Arts Administration to gain business and administrative experience while working closely with our Executive Director and Director of Operations. Room and Board will be provided along with a stipend. To apply, please send a letter stating your interest and resume to internationalcelloinstitute@gmail.com.

 

Qualifications:
Be at least 18 years old
Show previous experience at a music camp or other similar scenario (Recommended)

To apply, please send the following to internationalcelloinstitute@gmail.com:

Cover letter
Resume
Three professional references

 

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